Monday Recap for April 8, 2013
Happy Monday! Here are some interesting genealogy finds from this past week:
The Genealogy Sphere
- Genealogy Today: Knowing family history cuts kids’ stress (Green Valley News and Sun) – A recent study shows children who know about their family history are better at handling stress
- Asheville Genealogy Column: Avoiding research errors (Citizen-Times.com) – A list of some of the most common mistakes made by researchers. Are you guilty of a few of these?
- Genealogy in palm of your hand (TheSpectrum.com) – Technology makes research easier than ever
- Hiding in pre-1850 Census Records? (Genealogy Tip of the Day) – Could your ancestors be hiding in pre-1850 census records?
- A family history search ends with a medal ceremony (kait8.com) – A man’s journey to learn more about his father and grandfather ends with the being honored for their service to the country
- By trick of fate, Norwegian relatives find each other in Miami (The Miami Herald) – Two Norwegian relatives find each other in a Miami CVS.
- Early Women Occupations, Jobs & Avocations (GenealogyBank.com blog) – Do you know what these terms used in old newspapers to describe our female ancesors’ occupations?
- Why we’re having less sex with our (genetic) cousins (The Telegraph) – Changing mating patterns show a decline in relatedness among partners